Winter 1991 • Vol. XIII No. 1 PoetryJanuary 1, 1991 |


One lit match and there they go.Like a revolution. To jump into that would be death. But we are all sane people here. Here is where we fight it off with rakes. We keep it at bay. It would mean death.          So soon, only the white ash is left. 

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